It features Enzo Ferrari and Ferrari World Champions: Albert Ascari (1952 & 1953) Juan Manuel Fangio (1956) Mike Hawthorn (1958) Phil Hill (1961) John Surtees (1964) Niki Lauda (1975 & 1977) Jody Scheckter (1979).
A real collectors piece which has been signed by the artist.
The outside of the frame measures 76.5cm high and 61cm wide.
The printed design measures 59cm high and 43cm wide.
There is a slight nick in the frame on the mid right hand side and it will require a hook to hang on a wall.
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Lancashire-born, Craig Warwick was fascinated by motor sport from an early age; particularly the pairing of drivers and their cars. He studied Fine Art and Graphic Design at the Royal Academy West of England College of Art in Bristol, where his intuitive and sensitive style was developed.
His many commissions have included Ferrari UK, for whom he painted a montage of 40 Years of Maranello Concessionaires; Maserati UK for the 75th, anniversary of the marque; and ITV to celebrate the retirement of commentator Murray Walker.
Montages of drivers, personalities and cars have long been a particular Warwick strength, Demonstrating a coherence that few others manage to achieve. Melding the aesthetics of the Gurney Eagle Weslake of 1967 with it's driver/constructor won Craig the 2002 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance Award at the Automotive Fine Arts Society of America (AFAS) exhibition.
Craig passed away in January 2016.